you and me both! i preordered it ages ago, just checked amazon and it says out of stock *horrified look*back to the topic, i was wondering the same thing about the whole witchers only able to reproduce with mutated women theory. certainly is interesting!gamewidow said:(anxiously checks the post for any news at all of my UK version of Blood of Elves)
It's an interesting hypothesis...Sapkowski made the Witchers sterile...but never pursued a backstory if you like...so one can imagine that the world of the witcher which has humans in it, arriving as they did in that new world..it is possible to hypothesize that their human dna may have been affected too...The magic too is interesting, seemingly permeating the earth, air and water of the continent, which possibly has affected their dna?...TKaz84 said:I asked this question because I was wondering if witchers are actually sterile, or if they have simply mutated to the point where they are genetically incompatible with humans (and elves, dryads, etc.) If it is the former, then I guess that's that.
good conclusionLyonesse said:I wonder as well if perhaps the reason why Geralt did survive the mutations so well is that he became somewhat acclimatised to magic whilst still in the womb, so the magic didnt have to work so hard to change him. It would certainly explain why he survived the experiments that turned his hair white..